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  • Writer's pictureLeslie Leahy

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Updated: Jul 25, 2023

Sometimes things don't go to plan. You may discover something is wrong with a contract after a purchaser has signed it, maybe there is a spelling mistake in their name, or perhaps the address provided on the sales advice wasn't correct. It happens.

So what do you do? Sure, you can issue a new contract - but who has time for that.

Instead we've introduced a change that allows you to return a contract to a draft status even if someone has signed it.

Yes, even if it has a signature on it. Hear us out...

You'll now see a "Return to Draft" button for all contracts, in any state except "Draft" and "Exchanged". When returning a contract to draft with signatures on it, you'll be warned that returning the contract to draft will remove all signatures and reset the contract back to its original state - this allows you to make your changes without having to re-enter all the data, and just shoot it back to the purchaser. Who then just re-signed and submits the contract.

This change saves you time, and maintains the integrity of the signing process. It's a win-win. 😄


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